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Titre: The Black Maids‟ Voice : A case study in Kathryn Stockett's "The Help"
Auteur(s): Boukli Hacene, Ghizlene
Date de publication: 11-déc-2018
Résumé: The 1960s was a time of changing in America. But one problem seemed to remain in society Racism. Although the 1960s was the era of the changing, the racist segregation did not subside. Although segregation thrived through Jim Crow Laws, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X both fought hard against it. In the 1960s, the way of life was different for people with different colors of skin. It was based on white superiority and black inferiority. In fact many white novelists of the 19th and 20th century cared about the suffering of black people and focused on the issue of slavery and racism as : kathryn Stockett ,The newcomer to the literary genre of southern fiction in her novel "THE HELP” which deals with problems of segregation and race relations taking place in Mississipi in 1960s. The purpose of this thesis is to show the struggle of the blacks‟ women and their relations with the white masters. So the approach used in this thesis is Marxist Feminism
Collection(s) :Master en Anglais

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